Businesses around the world are undergoing, or at least planning, digital transformations. Yours might be one of them.
Getting it right is not just about choosing the right technology and recruiting the best talent: It's also about encouraging an appropriate business culture and collaborating with other organizations. Some businesses are proving more successful at this than others.
As you embark on your own digital transformation, here's your chance to see how you measure up against 1,625 global business leaders questioned on behalf of Fujitsu for a survey on attitudes to digital transformation.
The survey was conducted by independent research company Censuswide in July and August 2017. Respondents came in roughly equal numbers from Australia, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, the U.K. and U.S., with smaller numbers from Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Singapore and Sweden. They were decision makers in mid-size to large businesses in the public sector, financial services, retail and manufacturing, and all had either delivered a transformation project or were interested in doing so.
In the following slides, you'll discover some of the key findings, including what drives the digital transformation, the key ingredients to make it work, and how attitudes to it vary around the world.